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The big test for malaria vaccine RTS,S

Beginning next year, the World Health Organisation will begin pilot tests of the injectable malaria vaccine RTS,S (or Mosquirix) on 750,000 children aged 5-17 months in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi. 462 more words

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World Economic Forum: Cancer Rates in Women Rising Fast

This blog focuses on men’s health. However, the World Economic Forum has published a study showing that cancer rates in UK women are rising six times faster than men. 363 more words

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Assistive Technology: Changing Perceptions of Disabilities | DisabledGo News and Blog

  • Assistive technology is becoming increasingly more advanced in the modern day world. This umbrella term is one that is constantly evolving over time to incorporate more technological devices designed to aid those living with a disability.
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Dr David Nabarro, WHO D-G candidate, on a sugar tax

The World Health Organisation may be in for interesting times if Dr David Nabarro becomes the next Director-General.

Only three candidates are now in the contest… 452 more words

Mental60: World Health Day - Depression

This episode of Mental60: Talks with Dr. Cindy T. Graham (a collaboration with Black Minds Daily) discusses depression in honor of World Health Day on April 7, 2017. 20 more words

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#86 WHO - 'Lets Talk About Depression'

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It is ‘World Health Day’ today, well its not. It was yesterday, but time is a relative concept and pigs can fly. 741 more words

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